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I propose to implement a new computerised system to replace the existing manual system. etc

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Project Title A/S ICT 2002-2003 Student Name Candidate No. xxxxxxxx Contents 1 ANALYSIS 5 1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 6 1.2 INVESTIGATION ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 1.3 INTERVIEW 6 1.4 SUMMARY 7 1.5 PROBLEMS WITH THE CURRENT SYSTEM 7 1.6 REQUIREMENTS OF THE NEW SYSTEM 7 1.7 CONSTRAINTS AND LIMITATIONS 7 1.8 RECOMMENDATIONS 8 1.9 SUMMARY - DATA FLOW DIAGRAM OF THE CURRENT SYSTEM 9 2 DESIGN 10 2.1 CONSIDERATION OF POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS 11 2.2 USING A DATABASE PACKAGE 11 2.3 PROPOSED SOLUTION 11 2.4 INPUT DESIGN - THE USER INTERFACE 12 2.5 GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 2.6 USER INTERFACE DESIGN ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 2.7 SECURITY 13 2.8 OUTPUT 13 2.9 OUTPUT DESIGN 13 2.10 NORMALISATION ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 2.11 ANALYSIS OF DATA REQUIREMENTS ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 2.12 CONCEPTUAL MODEL ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 2.13 DESIGN OF INPUT FORMS 16 2.14 QUERIES ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 2.15 MODULE DESIGN ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 2.16 SECURITY 16 2.17 TESTING 16 3 TIME PLAN 17 3.1 TIME PLAN 18 4 IMPLEMENTATION 17 4.1 FACILITIES OFFERED BY MICROSOFT ACCESS 20 5 TESTING 17 5.1 TEST PLAN 22 5.2 TEST RESULTS 23 6 EVALUATION 17 6.1 EVALUATION 25 6.2 COMMENTS ON THE IMPLEMENTED SYSTEM 25 6.3 EXPANDING THE SYSTEM 25 7 USER DOCUMENTATION 26 CONTENTS 27 7.1 MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 28 7.2 TO OPERATE THE PROGRAM 29 7.3 MAIN MENU 31 7.5 TO ENTER THE SUBSCRIPTIONS MENU ERROR! ...read more.

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Specific Objectives The system must perform the following functions: * Bulletted points 1.7 Constraints and Limitations * Hardware * Software * Financial Implications * Expertise * Qualitative * Quantitave * Timescale It is proposed to implement the new system by the end of the financial year, March 31st which would be a convenient change over time from the present system to the new (see Time Plan, Section 3). 1.8 Recommendations I propose to implement a new computerised system to replace the existing manual system. etc 1.9 Summary - Data Flow Diagram of the Current System 2 Design 2.1 Consideration of possible solutions Using A Programming language Name a programming language Advantages: * Bulletted points Disadvantages: * Bulletted points 2.2 Using a Database Package Advantages: * Bulletted points Disadvantages: * Bulletted points 2.3 Proposed Solution * Bulletted points 2.4 Input Design * Sketches and diagrams of forms,etc. Any inputs into the system that will become an electronic document Menu Design * The main menu will contain the name of the organisation - * Each menu will have an individual heading which uniquely identifies it, for example 'Main Menu', 'Subscriptions Menu' and so on. * Where a menu leads to a sub menu, the heading of the sub menu will show the choice that was made on the previous menu so that the user will always have a clear idea of what option is currently operative. ...read more.

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Test 3: etc 6 Evaluation 6.1 Evaluation The system has been completed and installed on the ...... computer. With reference to the Objectives listed in the Analysis section, 1.6, page 8:- * Bulletted points 6.2 Comments on the Implemented System This section is a combination of the feedback from the end user and what I discovered: - * Bulletted points 6.3 Expanding the system All of the above will be implemented in ICT6. 7 User Documentation Contents 7.1 Minimum System Requirements * IBM compatible PC with preferably Pentium 400Mhz processor, 5GB hard disk drive 32 MB RAM and SVGA monitor display * Hewlett Packard 5L laser printer or later, or Hewlett Packard/Epson type Inkjet printer with 600dpi minimum. * Microsoft Windows 98 operating system * Microsoft Access for Windows version 7.00 * Microsoft Word 97 7.2 To Operate the Program * To start the program, click on the Excel icon on the desktop as shown in Figure 1. * Once the spreadsheet name has been clicked the program will be activated and a logon screen will appear as shown in Figure 3. * Once you have entered the password you must then enable the 'Proceed' button by pressing enter on the keyboard. * Once the button is enabled (the Proceed text turns to black) click on the 'Proceed' button to open the Main Menu. 7.3 Main Menu * The Main Menu screen will appear as shown in Figure 4. ...read more.

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